Destiny could be a first class act. We spent nearly 6 months here and made the stupid mistake of befriending the long term residents that run this park. The staff is basically friendly but don't cross them, this is a tight community. We were asked to leave after complaining about some of the adult activity by a certain female resident. They will not release a Corporate number. Manager is a cohort of the most metastatic female offender. We were glad to leave even before asked to. We also were asked to move sites several occasions because of problems some sites have with plumbing and electrical. Good Luck.
We stayed here a few months while I worked in Lewisville. I refer to this place as the "SANGER SANDBOX", as road and sites are gravel and extremely dusty. A lot of oilfield workers here and even though speed limit in park is 10mph most residents drive 20/30mph in and out of park in their big dually trucks. They have two trash dumpters that pretty mush stay overflowing with trash. There's game room but kids broke pool sticks and ping pong tables. I have to say folks in office very nice and bathroom and showers clean. The dust is so bad I just can't give it a better rating for long term stay. OK for overnight.
We stayed here three nights on a ocean front site. The sites are very tight for a large coach. We also had to park our car near pool area. Park is old but staff is nice and view is fantastic. The view is a ten and the park is a six to seven at best so I have to give them a eight overall.
I have to give these guys a 10. We stayed here for three months while I worked at Palomar Hospital. I worked nights and the park was quiet enough to sleep during the day. There is some traffic noise from the I-15 but not bad. It has a nice pool and hot tub. Laundry is expensive at $2.50 to wash and $2.00 to dry but everything is clean and well maintained. The manager and hostess will do anything to help. All the sites on the hill in the park are big enough for coaches to 45 feet. They have a place to park car dollies or trailers you might pull with your motor home. There are a few long term residents, but they are mostly living in nice clean trailers or older motor homes. There is also a nice pet walking area and a city park connected to this site. I can't say enough about how nice the staff is here. I did find the electric bill a bit pricey but welcome to California. Grocery stores, pharmacies and restaurants are very near-by. I would stay here again and many people we talked to return here from Oregon and Washington frequently each year.
This place has everything. Big pull through sites, (fit a large Class A rig), access roads are paved, big and wide. Has a restaurant on site with good food and great wait staff. Everything is super clean. I was able to copy and fax documents in their office and use their Notary at no charge. I stayed here four nights.
Nice quiet park. Some permanent residents but all the units where neat, clean and quiet. Big pull through sites and wide: fits a large class A. Sites very level, access roads to sites are very wide. We stayed here one night.
We stayed here in a 42.5 foot Monaco. The owner gave us two sites to park. One for the motorhome and one for our car. We were lake front, our site flooded really bad during thunderstorms on several occasions and water was so deep our sewer line and electrical hook-up was under about 4-6" of water. We stayed here from Oct to Dec while I finished a job in Tyler. Roads around park are muddy and full of pot holes, sewer smell was evident on several occasions. Locals trailers are trashy and some of them are quite rude. Restaurant has good food but was very pricey. Overall this is really just a fish camp and not a RV resort. If you have a large motorhome though it's really the only alternative in this immediate area.